"A luminous voice clearly heard above all the others"
Praised by audiences and critics alike for her uniquely beautiful vocal timbre and impeccable musicianship, Greta Feeney is an American opera singer and recitalist who specializes in soprano and coloratura mezzo-soprano repertoire of the late 17th and early 18th century.
Ms. Feeney studied at The Juilliard School, and made her international concert debut at the age of 21 with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. At 24 she made her operatic debut on the main stage of the San Francisco Opera, and participated for two seasons in the Merola Program. She was subsequently chosen for the prestigious Adler Fellowship and the Schwabacher Debut Recital.
Ms. Feeney has performed with the San Francisco Opera in more than 20 productions. She is a featured soloist at the Spoleto Festival while maintaining an active concert schedule in the greater Boston area. She holds a doctoral degree from SUNY Stonybrook, where her research centered on the influence of Marian cults in the operas and oratorios of Giuseppi Verdi.